Caller ID 585-730-6128 , Phylis Jackson from Check Systems. Says is calling to collect on a debt on a bounced check. It's a fraud. This doesn't stop unless you file a complaint with the government. Please file your complaint with the Federal Trade Commission 877-382-4357 and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 885-411-2372. You should also contact your State Attorney General 800-222-4444. They will not investigate until there are complaints filed nationwide! DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY INFO! SCAMMERS!!
sara
 Jan 10th, 2014
Caller ID 585-730-6128 , Phylis Jackson from Check Systems. Says is calling to collect on a debt on a bounced check. It's a fraud. This doesn't stop unless you file a complaint with the government. Please file your complaint with the Federal Trade Commission 877-382-4357 and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 885-411-2372. You should also contact your State Attorney General 800-222-4444. They will not investigate until there are complaints filed nationwide! DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY INFO! SCAMMERS!!
a
 Jan 10th, 2014
Caller ID 585-730-6128 , Phylis Jackson from Check Systems. Says is calling to collect on a debt on a bounced check. It's a fraud. This doesn't stop unless you file a complaint with the government. Please file your complaint with the Federal Trade Commission 877-382-4357 and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 885-411-2372. You should also contact your State Attorney General 800-222-4444. They will not investigate until there are complaints filed nationwide! DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY INFO! SCAMMERS!!
anonymous
 Jan 10th, 2014
This number keeps calling while I am at work. They call on both my work line and my cell phone. It shows up as a cell phone call on the caller ID, but no name provided. If I ignore the call on my cell, they will call again right after leaving a voicemail, then they will call my work line, then call my cell phone again, then try my work line one more time. Are FIVE calls in a row necessary while I am at work and am not able to answer due to WORKING or having someone in my office? How hard is that to comprehend? The voicemail they leave makes NO SENSE at all - it says that they're calling on behalf of my bank and that I my account has fell victim to fraudulent activity and that if I don't call back, they will be forced to press charges with my county police department (they even name the local police department). I know for a fact that none of their statement is accurate. They have reached my boss once, claiming to want to serve papers to me. He saw that they were located in NY and called their bluff, I was working at home that day, so my boss called me and warned me not to return their calls and that they were trying to scam me and that based on the information they provided him, they were full of it. Literally for months now I have been getting these calls.
Jen
 Mar 15th, 2013

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